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Website Crash Course:Getting up to Speed with Web Editing

DSU Website Design Trainings

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (MDT)

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In this session participants will learning about changes they may see on the website due to the change in content management systems. Participants will hear about new features that will make our website better and also changes that could pose challenges moving forward. Participants will also learn how to login, edit, and publish content. 

Session Requirements/Recommendations:

  • (Preferred) Thought not required, it is strongly suggested that you have a user account so that you can follow along during the training. If you are unsure if your department/office supervisor submitted a workflow please check with the Website Communications Specialist, 

Session Topics:

  • Overview of OmniUpdate Concerns/Limitations
  • Migration and Upgrade Process
  • Support Opportunities
  • Over of Workflow Requests
  • Logging into the system
  • Exploring the Dashboard
  • Adding Gadgets
  • Exploring Folders
  • Creating/Deleting Content
  • Viewing/Editing a Page
  • Workflow Basics (How content is approved and published)
  • Overview of the Website Structure and new Menu System
  • Gadget Features and Settings
  • Global Variables
  • Templates
  • Widgets

Session Breakdown:

  • ~90 minutes of instruction with questions allowed throughout
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